303 Stainless Steel Sheet Manufacturer in China
303 stainless steel sheet is a type of non-magnetic, austenitic, free-machining stainless steel sheet. It contains sulfur, which reduces friction during machining, polishing, and grinding processes. At Tuolian, we offer customized sizing options according to your requirements, with thickness ranging from 0.2mm to 100mm. Our 303 stainless steel sheet meets industry standards such as ASTM A 895, UNS S30300, and AMS 5640 Chem.
In addition to 303 stainless steel sheets, we also supply other forms of 303 stainless steel, including tubes, rods, strips, and coils.
303 Stainless Steel Sheet Characteristics
Our 303 stainless steel sheet exhibits excellent mechanical properties, toughness, formability, and corrosion resistance without the risk of seizing or galling. And it also possesses non-magnetic properties and performs well in various weather conditions.
Typical Applications for 303 Stainless Steel Sheet
303 stainless steel sheet finds applications in various industries, including aerospace, food and beverage, machinery, architecture, chemicals, and cryogenics. It is commonly used in aircraft fittings, such as shafts, nuts, bolts, and gears. Thanks to its high machinability, 303 stainless steel sheet is ideal for producing valves, fittings, bushings, and valve trims.
TuoLian 303 Stainless Steel Sheet Fabrication Options
We offer strict and professional processing options for 303 stainless steel sheet to meet the requirements of different projects. These options include plasma cutting, plate saw cutting, laser cutting, waterjet cutting, and machining.
Stainless steel 303 can rust under certain conditions, especially in environments containing chloride. However, passivation can help enhance its corrosion resistance. It is important to consider the specific environment and consult with experts if necessary.
The main differences are as follows：
– 303 stainless steel: Highly machinable, moderate corrosion resistance. Used for extensive machining applications.
– 304 stainless steel: Good general-purpose corrosion resistance, commonly used in various industries.
– 316 stainless steel: Superior corrosion resistance, especially in chloride-rich environments. Used in marine and chemical applications.